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THE LIBRARY 
BT„ MARY'S COLLEGE OF MAR™, 
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THE CASTELLAN 1960 




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ST. MARY'S SEMINARY JUNIOR COLLEGE 



ST. MARY'S CITY, MARYLAND 




Foreword 

Up and up they spiral into our memories, those 
stairs and steps that led us to classes, sports events, 
teas, dances, dinners, Church, authority, and our 
rooms. 

We look back with a feeling of nostalgia remem- 
bering that first day we climbed with trembling knees 
the front steps of Calvert Hall into the new world of 
college life— a world in which we found ourselves 
alone to make our own decisions. 

Yes, we have learned many things at St. Mary's, 
and now we hope to carry our new-found knowledge 
into the busy world, which has more stairs and steps 
that will lead us to unknown adventures throughout 
our lifetimes. 



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President's Message 



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May the future of each of you be characterized by 
competence in sharing with your associates a life that 
is dimensioned by breadth of interest, height of pur- 
pose, and depth of conviction. 

MAY RUSSELL 



Dedication 







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A man who is constantly working 
for the betterment of the school, one 
who never has complained about 
having to carry an exceptionally 
heavy schedule because of a short- 
age of faculty, and a quite active 
person on campus — these describe 
our loyal and considerate friend. 
Through the years, each time we 



open our yearbook, he will be re- 
membered for his kindness, thought- 
fulness, and helpfulness, which he 
has shown us here at St. Mary's. 

And so it is to you, Mr. Fahl, a 
wonderful friend to all of us, that we 
proudly dedicate this, our 1960 
Casfe//an. 







Administration, Faculty, 

and Staff 




Miss L BEATRICE SIMMS 

Harrodsburg, Kentucky 

Dean of Women 

"Now girls, quiet down up there.' 




Mr*. LOIS DONHISER 

California, Maryland 

Registrar 

Social Studies 

"Let's face It." 




Mr. GEORGE KAMMERER, Jr. 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Public Relations 

Director of Admissions 

"Well, it's o long story . . ." 



Miis MARY LOU ANSELIN 

Houston. Texos 

Physical Education 

"Hustle, hustle, hustlel" 



Miss ETHEL CHANCE 

Centreville, Maryland 

Nurse 

You'll be the death of me yell' 




Mrs. VERA COURT 

Piney Point, Maryland 

Housemother 

"Girls, your laundry is here.' 



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MRS ELEANOR DIEHLMAN 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Business Manager 

"All rightie." 




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Mrs. ALICE FAHL 

St. Mary's Gtv, Maryland 

Remedial Reading 

Assistant Librarian 

"Now let me see . . ." 



Mr ELWOOD FAHL 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Science 

'Now, what's the matter; you 

ore not thinking." 




Mr. ALLAN GEVERS 

New York, New York 

Science 

"Moy I have your undivided 

attention, please?" 



Mr. BRANTLEY GREESON 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Music 

"Hi, how you?" 



Mrs. MINNA IRBY 

Clinton, South Carolina 

Business 

"Are you college students? 

You ore???" 



Mr. LEWIS MILES 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Social Studies 

'Let me get over this point first ' 





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s CHARLOTTE OSLUND 
\cVille, North Dakota 

Home Economics 
oe off the counters, girls." 


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Miss VELMA PERKINS 

Burnside, Kentucky 

English 

"Now remember this . . ." 




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Miss PRISCILLA PEDREGOSA 
St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Librarian 
"Keep busy, keep busy." 




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Mrs. ALEATHEA REDMOND 
St. Mary's City, Maryland 
Junior Typist 
"Hello, St. Mary's Seminary . . 



Miss ANNA SANDNER 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Secretary 
"Oh my goodnessl" 



Dr. HAROLD SHIRK 

College Park, Maryland 

Mathematics 

No, don't think so." 



Mrs. ROBERTA STEGMAN 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Dietitian 

"I'll get it." 




Mrs. NORMA STRICKLAND 

California, Maryland 

Art 

Try to keep your eyes on the 

model." 




Dr. FRANKLIN THOMPSON 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Modern Languages 

"Class dismissed." 



Mrs. ELLEN THURLBY 

Lexington Pork, Maryland 

Junior Typist 

"This typewriter is stuck agoinl" 




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Mr. MARK WALLACE 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Speech and Dramatics 

"Any comments?" 



Dr. CARL WALKER 

Providence, Kentucky 

Business 

Feet, feet; eyes on the copy.' 



Mrs. MARGARET WALLACE 
Reading, Pennsylvania 

Piano 
"Uh, you like that???"* 



Mr. KEMP YARBOROUGH 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Social Studies 

Dean of Faculty 

"Are there any questions?" 



Mrs. MARY YEARICK 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Accountant 

"Goihl" 



Mrs. SUE MOODY WHITE 

Monterey, Massachusetts 

English 

"Well, now, yes . . . but . . , 




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CLASS OFFICERS: left to flight; Pot Reamy — Treasurer, Joy Hearn — President, Bev Ingersoll — Secretary, Lorerla Palmer — Vice President. 



Sophomores 




MARY GRACE BEAN 
Great Mills, Maryland 

"Kindness in another's trouble, courage in our own." 

Day Hop Organiiation 3, 4; Castellan 4; Current Events 
Club 4. 

Mary Grace" . . . scholastic battle with Terry . . . angelic 
smile . . . sincerity is her byword . . . can be depended 
on . . . infectious laugh. 



PATRICIA HALL BRADY 
Emmaus, Pennsylvania 

"Good company and good discourse are the very sinews 
of virtue." 

Choir 3, 4; Food Committee 3; Public Relations Committee 3; 
Social Committee 3, 4; Artist and Lecture Committee 4. 

Patty" . . . extensive wardrobe ... a most unusual laugh 
. . . fabulous personality . . . pretty auburn hair . . . loves 
music . . . Pennsylvania on her mind. 





RICHARD ALLEN BRIELL 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

"He who contains himself seldom goes wrong." 
Day Hop Organization 3, 4; Current Events Club 4. 



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. . avid biologist 
shell collector . . 



owner of the "little blue 



friendly. 



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SARAH ELIZABETH BUCKLER 
Huntington, Maryland 

"What good I see humbly 1 seek to do, ond live obedient 
to the law." 

Home Ec. Club 2, V. Pre*. 3; F. N. A. 2, Pres. 3, V. Pres. 4; 
Point News 3, 4; Pageant Committee 3; Honor Court Chair- 
man 4; S. G. A. 4; Orientation Committee 4. 

' Sarah" . . . red hair, quiet, but full of mischief . . . ardent 
fan of Adele Davis and families of circles . . .learned to 
operate the new milk machine yet? ... "I failed that one" 
—result; 100% . . . "Yes. Miss Chance — I'll get thot Polio 
shot this weekendl" 





PATRICIA CROMWELL CARROLL 
Sparks, Maryland 

"Life's a pleasant institution; let us take it as it comes." 

Choir, 3, 4 ; Home Ec. Club 3, 4; tife Guard 3, 4; Intramurols 
3, 4; F. N. A. 4. 

"Trish" . . . casanovass . . . hair experimentalist . . . "Oh 
my dear" . . . noted for her giggles . . . phone booth addict 
. . . life's ambition — to marry a horse . . . friendly and 

talkative. 



MARY MARGARET CLARK 
Bel Air, Maryland 

"Laughter is the best medicine." 

Life Guard 3, 4 ; Point Newj 3, 4; Volleyball All-Stars 3; 
Basketball Varsity 3; A. A. Board 4 ; Castellan Co-editor 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4; Social Committee Chairman 4; Orientation 
Committee 4. 

"Mary" . . . always in a new dilemma . . "What om I 
gonna do?" . . . what hoppened to those bouncing locks? 
. . . fun to be with . . . 'Guess who calledl" . . . you think 
that's funny, Murry? 




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PATRICIA ANN CONNOR 
Shady Side, Maryland 

"Our Irish blunders ore never blunders of the heart." 

Food Committee 3; Cosfe//an Editor-in-Chief 4; Intromurals 
4; May Day 3. 

'Pat" . . . "busy" Coife/lon editor . . . anyone for plane 
rides? . . . owner of the Black Bomb . . . Irish disposition 
. . . one in a million . . . business wit . . . member of the 
F. P. W. 




Remember thi; 



MARY ANN COCKEY 
Baltimore, Maryland 

- that very little is needed to make a 
happy life." 

Sports Day 1, 2; French Club 1; Officiols Club 2; Castellan 2; 
A A. Board 2; Tennis Varsity 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 
A. A. Pres 3, 4; F. N. A. 3; May Day Class Princeii 3, 
Hockey Varsity 4. 

"Meggy" . . . sleepy-time gal . . . "Oh, come on, I'm 
seriousl" . . . what's with that foot? . . . seems quiet to 
strangers . . . sneakers, sweatshirts, and slips . . . our gal 
. . . cool, calm, and collected A. A. pres. 




MARY ALICIA DEWEES 
Ocean City, Maryland 

"By a tranquil mind I mean nothing else than a mind well 
ordered." 

Choir 3, 4; May Day 3; F. T. A. 4; Intramurots 4 ; Assembly 
Committee Chairman 4. 

"lish" . . . has a friendly word for everyone . . . helpful 
manner . . . a smite to melt any iceberg . . . congenial 
personality . . . "Yes, I think so" . . . kind ond considerate. 



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SUZANNE DOUGLAS GIBBS 
Lansdowne, Maryland 

"Look beneath the surface,- let not the several quality of o 
thing nor ill worth escape thee." 

Cosfef/on 3, 4 ; Volleyball All-Stars 3; Basketball Varsity 3; 
Hockey Varsity 4; Intramural* 3, 4; S. G. A. V. Pres. 4; 
A. A. Board 3, 4; Orientation Committee 4. 

Gibber" . . . "Say, 'Ace' "... lover of National Bo' . . . 
excellent abstract artist . . . Althea Gibson, II . . . per- 
fected sailor, P. E. major, coffeemoker, and lover . . . 
"Uh huh." 



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MARGARET ELGAR GILPIN 
Olney, Maryland 

"Studious to please, yet not ashamed to fail." 

Choir 3, 4; Hockey Varsity 4; Volleyball All-Stors 3; Basket- 
ball Varsity 3; Softball Varsity 3; Intromurals 3, 4; Lifeguard 
3, 4; S. G. A. 4 ; A. A. Board 4. 

"Gilpie" . . . anyone for pinochle? . ■ . food fodist . . . 
lover of good coffee . . . business fan . . . o pack a day 
. . . "Thank you muchly" . . . one of those rare people 
who never gets mad. 



MARGARET FAITHFUL HALL 
Sudlersville, Maryland 

"Who ever loved that loved not at first sight?" 

Choir 3, Sec'y. 4; Somodro 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Camping 
Club 3; Moy Day Runner 3; Hostess Committee Chairman 4. 

"Faith" . . . sparkling personality . . . sincere friend . . . 
loves Chevrolet Impolos . . . special interest in Mount St. 
Mary's . . . always on the go . . . hails from the beloved 
Eastern Shore. 




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FRANK HILL 
St. Inigoes, Maryland 

"I eat well, drink well, and sleep well; but that's all, Andy, 
that's oil." 

Octet, sextet 3, 4; Day Hop Organization 3, 4; M. S. G. A. 
Secy. 4; Artist and Lecture Committee 4. 

"Frank" . . . likes office parties . . . humor and seriousness 
combined . . . Everyone outa' the pool" . . . future politi- 
cian . , . con be found woitin' for Bill . . . "Hi, there, 
sweetie" . . . business convert. 




JANICE PANDORA HEARN 
Willards, Maryland 

"Merrily, merrily shall I live now." 

Somadra 2; Choir 2, 3, Sec'y. 4; Operetta 2; Intramurals 
2, 3, 4; "Our Town" 2; A. A. Boord 2, 3; Sec'y. 3; Class 
Pres. 3, 4; CosfeMan 4; Social Committee 4. 

"Joy" . . . will answer to Janice but prefers Jay . . . short- 
hand willing — future secretory . . . her forthcoming novel 
— 27 Months . . . eggs, anyone? . . . "Alrighly boy" . . . 
I weor my adornments on my soul.'' . . . sincere in words 
as well as in thoughts . . . "Hey, lei's hide under our desks!" 




ANNE HIMMELHEBER 
Hollywood, Maryland 

Do good to thy friend to keep him, to thy enemy to 
gain him." 

Day Hop Organization 3, 4; May Day Runner 3. 

"Anne" . . . quiet and studious . . . Oh I those shorthand 
dictations! . . . speaks Cockney fluently . . . one of those 
day hops . . . likes good times. 



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PATRICIA ELIZABETH HOLPP 
Dover, Delaware 

"Life's a pudding full of plums." 

Home Ec. Club 3, Sec'y. 4 ; Choir 3, 4; Intromurols 3, 4. 

Puddin" . . . nalurally curly hair . . . Ill try it, then diet." 
. . . Heeeeeee . . . "Oh, my dear" . . . remember Licky 
. . . never o dull moment when she's around. 





BEVERLY LYNN INGERSOLL 
Salisbury, Maryland 

"She was ever precise in promise-keeping." 

Class Sec'y. 3, 4 ; Intramurals 3, 4; Public Relations 3, 4; 
May Day 3; A. A. Board 4; Castellan 4. 

"Bev" . . . petite blond just pass you? . . . striking smile 
personifies her personality . . . terrific dancer . . . depend- 
able and efficient . . . lover of music . . . "Oh, you 
upset me!" 



EMILY LOUISE JONES 
Pocomoke City, Maryland 

"Virtue is bold, and goodness never fearful." 

Volleyball All-Stars 3; Basketball Varsity 3; Hockey Varsity 
3, 4 ; A. A. Board 3, V. Pres. 4 ; Softball Varsity 4; Point 
News 4. 

"Jonesy" . . . brimming over with enthusiasm, energy, and 
spirit . . . tall, athletic brunnetle . . . our delicate darling 
. . . big brown eyes . . . "Ohl My aching head!" . . . 
specializes in anatomy tests. 




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CELESTE SERINE LEITCH 
Kalispell, Montana 

"The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." 

S. G. A. 4; Cosfe//on 4; Point News 4. 

"Celeste" ... St. Mary's gain, St. Olaf's loss . . . fun is 
where she is . . . liked by everyone . . . "Don't forget to 
sign inl" . . . notice the fourth finger on her left hand? 
. . . likes to be close lo Annapolis. 



WILFRED FRANCIS LAIN 
St. Inigoes, Maryland 

"Love, music, goods — to me this is life." 

Day Hop Organization V. Pres. 3; School Photogropher 3, 4; 
Honor Court 3 ; Octet, Sextet 3, 4; M. S. G. A. Pres. 4; 
Castellan 4. 

"Bill" . . . cigarette and black coffee connoisseur . . . 
The Messiah" — musical favorite . . . school camera bug 
. . good organizer . . . "Hey, how youl" 





MARY ANN MAC NEAL 
Sudlersville, Maryland 

"Out of my lean and low ability, I'll lend you something." 

Audio-visual Committee 1, 2; Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4; F. T. A. 

1, 4; Choir 1, 2. 4, Treas. 3; Operetta 2; Samodra 1, 3; 
Home Ec. Club Sec'y. 2, Pres. 3; Castellan 2; Poi'nf News 

2, 3, 4; Public Relations Committee 3, Co-choirmon 4; Art 
Club 4 ; Current Events V. Pres. 4; Artist and Lecture Com- 
mittee Choir man 4. 

"Mary Ann" . . . the room with the powder-puff rugs . . . 
Skipping along with M. A. M. . . . "Merbelly-Ann Moced 
Roy" . . . Mother Goose and Little Boy Blue . . . stylish 
dresser . . . her future — teaching history to 12 children. 



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SARAH LOUISE MASON 
Nottingham, Pennsylvania 

"There's nothing ill con dwell in such a temple." 

S. G. A. 3; A. A. Board 3, 4; Point News 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; 
F. N. A. 3, Pres. 4 ; Volleyball All-Stars 3; Basketball Man- 
ager 3; Intramurols 3, 4; Fire Captain 3. 

Sally" . . . always in there plugging . . . official S. M. S. 
cow caller . . . 4-H forever . . . "I've got so much work 
to dol" . . energy plus . . . life of any party . . . Tang. 




JESSIE KATHRYN MOFFETT 
Easton, Maryland 

A very gentle one, and of a good conscience." 

French Club 1, 2; Intramurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treas. 1; 
Officials Club 1; A. A. Board 3, 4; Class Secy. 2; Audio- 
visual Committee 2; Samodra Play 3; Orientation Committee 
3, 4; F. T. A. 3; Social Committee Chairman 3; S. G. A. 
Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Honor Court 4. 

"Kay" . . . left-hand decoration . . . breezy wit . . . touch 
of sophistication . . . "What was that?" ... a mouse (? I) 
. . . weekend trips to Bainbridge . . . obliging prexie. 




DELORES LEE MATTARE 
California, Maryland 

"Short and sweet if I were judge, a piece surely worth praise." 

Day Hop Organization 3, 4. 

Delcres" . . . great mediator . . . likes big purses . . . 
shining character . . . daily trips to S. M. S. . . . imaginative 
and creative . . . watch her smilel . . . Grade's constant 
companion. 




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LORETTA TERREAS PALMER 
Pocomoke City, Maryland 

"I am sure care's an enemy to life." 

A. A. Board 3, 4; Volleyball All-Storj 3; Basketball Vanity 
3; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Softball Varsity 3; Class V. Pres. 4; 
Intromurols 3, 4. 

"torett" . . . amicable personality . . . P. E. major . . . 
one of the smoker group . . . has a special interest in 
F. J. C. . . . two-toned pixie . . . future plans at Modison 
College. 



DALLAS CHRISTINE PLUGGE 
Washington, D. C. 

Silence is an answer lo a wise man." 

F. N. A. 3; F. T. A. 4; Intromurols 3, 4; Archery Club 3. 

Dallas"' . . . the Dancer . . . quiet, intelligent, ond in- 
dependent . . . rock ond rolling with J. . . . homemoking 
obility . . . Ohl Brotherl" . . . Her machine is Washington 
bound (naturallyl). 






PATRICIA ANN REAMY 

Baltimore, Maryland 

"Marvellous mercies ond infinite love." 

f. N. A. 3, 4; Class Treos. 4; Intromurols 4; Hostess 4. 

"Pot" . . . fond of hot peppers . . . loves to ploy Iricks 
. . . usually has o good time no motler where . . . 
pleasant . . . excellent seamstress . . . always willing to 
help others. 



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PAMELA ANN RICHARDSON 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 

"Have I not unawores spoken some mischievous thing or 
other?" 

Choir 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Social Committee 4; Castellan 3. 

"Pam" . . . those weekend trips to Baltimore . . . attracted 
to many, refused by none . . . vivacious personality . . . 
everyone's buddy . . . the collegiate beatnik" . . . she'll 
get to New York yet during spring vacation. 





MARJORIE ELIZABETH SHOWER 
Westminster, Maryland 

"Seeing only what is fair, sipping only what is sweet, thou 
dost mock at fote and care." 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4 ; Castellan 2; French Club 2; Samadra 2; 
"Our Town" 2, Operetta 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; A. A. Board 3; 
Cheerleader 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Current Events Club 3; Class 
Treasurer 3. 

"Lib" ... so tired, so cold, so hungry . . . vice president 
of French Club? . . . spelling whiz, as in suop . . . "Just 
con't seem to find my pen or glosses." . . . out of 97 girls, 
her very own roommate . . . gay, lively, with an air of 
sophistication. 



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HARRIET HARVIN RISHER 
Rockville, Maryland 

"To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die." 

Art Club \, Pres. 2, 3, 4; Samadra 1, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Operetta 2; F. N. A. 2, Sec'y. 3; French Ctub 1, 2, 4; Plant 
Committee 1; Class Historian 3; Point News 3, 4; Home Ec. 
Club 3; Archery Club 3, 4; Badminton Club 3; Pageant 
Planning Committee 3. 

' Harvin" . . . passion for art . . . has a weakness for 
history . . . listens to your troubles for nothing . . . hates 
to be called " Harvey" ... firm belief the south will rise 
again . . . "Hi, you all." 




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ELIZABETH JANE WATSON 
Towson, Maryland 

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." 
Choir 3, 4; Basketball Varsity 3; Hockey Varsity 3, 4; 
Point News 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, Softball Varsity 3; A. A. 
Board Sec'y. 4. 

"Belty" . . . petite, cute, and aggressive . . . likes music, 
basketball, and hockey . . . plans to go to Chapel Hill 
upon graduation . . . "any more flights to Argentia?" 
. . . enthusiasm plus. 




JOHN GUTHRIE THOMPSON 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

"He is o good orator who convinces himself." 
Day Hop Organization 3, 4; Current Events Club 3, 4. 
"John" . . . one of our thinkers . . . should go far in 
life . . . History whiz . . . likes debating . . . tells his 
share of jokes. 




MARION ZUCKERM^N 
Guatemala City, Central America 

"Twos her thinking of others made you think of her." 
French Club 3; Castellan 4; Intromurols 4; Socio! Com- 
mittee 4. 

"Marion" . . . our Guatemalan good-will ambassador . . . 
"Nooo-o-o" . . . likes to hide in the closet . . . "Life in 
these United States" . . . couldn't find o truer friend 
. . . "Oh, my goshl" 



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Memories . . . 







Ah, the moments spent in The Garden of Remembrancel 



ALMA MATER 
On the banks of blue St. Mary's— near Potomac's strand, 
Stands our dear old Alma Mater— best school in the land! 
Built of bricks from the first state house— near the mulb'ry's shade 
Where Lord Calvert with the Indians once a treaty made. 
Like a beacon by the river, stands she grandly bold, 
Giving knowledge to her daughters— worth more than pure gold, 
Age and fire cannot destroy her— (She has stood the test)— 
We will always love St. Mary's— she deserves our best. 
We will ever love St. Mary's— love to pra'se her name; 
Strive to make our lives add luster to her glorious fame. 
Let your glad song wake the echoes, sing with voices free- 
Hail to Thee, Dear Alma Mater!— Hail, all hail, to Thee! 



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Most Likely to Succeed 



Pat Stellwagon — Sarah Buckler 




Best 



Mary Clark — Jan Endrizzi 




School Days 



"Will she moke it?" 



Up early today, Loretto?" 





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CLASS OFFICERS: Left to Right: Frances Turner — President, Goody Gardiner — Vice President, Becky Murray — Secretary, Yvonne Whittaker- 
Treosurer. 



High School Seniors 



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DONNA LEE DOELLER 
Baltimore, Maryland 

"Love mokes the world go 'round." 

F. N. A. 1; Varsity Hockey 1, 2; Intramurols 1, 2; French 
Club 2. 

"Donnie" . . . "I'm snowed" . . . "But I like my hoir in 
my eyes!" . . . back in the old country . . . "I'm abarrosedl" 
... "I can't find my Madras laundry bagll" . . . "Is Char- 
lotte Hall going to be there?" 




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MARION AUGUSTA BLUNT 
Bethesda, Maryland 

"All is well with him who Is beloved by his neighbor." 

Choir 1, 2; Class pres. 1; Samadra 1; Social Committee 1; 
Castellan I; Point News 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Ploy 1. 

"Gussie" . . . loves thot North country . . . "Gee, I wish 
I'd get a telephone colli" . . . "Say, that's realty casual." 
. . . strictly tweed . . . Really??" . . . ardent cat-napper. 




JANICE LOUISE ENDRIZZI 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

"Here is all the beauty of the world." 

A. A. Board 1 , 2; Honor Court 1 ; Artist and Lecture Com- 
mittee I, 2; Social Committee I; Cheerleader 1, 2; French 
Club 1, Treos. 2; Samodro 1, 2; Point News 1, 2; S. G. A. 
Secy. 2; Orientation 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Fall Play I, 

"Jan" . . . pride of the Keystone State . . . "Oh, my goodyl" 
. . . personality- plus . . . a real gourmet . . . "It's Almost 
Tomorrow" . . . her talent for making friends is a rare 
thing. 



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LELIA ELEANOR GARDINER 
Drayden, Maryland 

"Nothing is impossible lo o willing heart." 

French Club I, Sec'y. 2; Intramural* I, 2; Point News 2; 
F. N. A. 2, Class V. Pres. 2. 

Goody" . . . keep your chin up. Goody . . . cheer on 
Charlotte Hall . . . "Flyhigh" . . . Tracy's younger sister 
. . . always looking forward to those French classes. 





PAMELA PRICE JONES 
Fort Monroe, Virginia 

"Though I am always in haste, I am never in a hurry." 

French Club 2; Intramurals 2; Cheerleader 2. 

"Pom" . . . Army brot ... a cute kid . . . swell personality 
. . . "Hi man" ... on avid interest in V. M. I. , . . cheers 
our learn on. 



BARBARA WYNNE LAUGHEAD 
Garrett Park, Maryland 

A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best 
of men." 

Barb" . . . lots of fun . . . "A whole bunch" . . . lives in 
the phone booth ... a gal that's worth knowing . . . 
"That's not even nice" . . . really cute. 







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REBECCA IRENE MURRAY 
Port Deposit, Maryland 

"A laugh, to be joyous, must flow from o joyous heart." 

May Day 1 ; Class Secy. 2; French Club 2; F. T. A. 2; 
Tennis Varsity 1 ; Hockey Varsity 2; Intra murals 1 , 2. 

"Becky" ... a sweet girl with a dynamic personality . . . 
active in 4-H . . . keeps St. Mary's gay . . . sports en- 
thusiast — especially tennis . . . seen in a white I m polo 
convertible . . . bubbling over with laughter. 




SHIRLEY MOORE 
Warwick, Maryland 

"A sweet content. Passing all wisdom or its fairest flower." 

F. N. A. 2; Assembly Committee 2. 

Shirley" . . . fun to be with . . . "Vive la France" . . . 
slow-lighting . , "Falling in love Again" . . . "How many 
calories does this have?" ... a valued friend. 




GAIL HAMLEN NAYLOR 
Oakland, Maryland 

"Fun is the salt and pepper of everyday life." 

A. A. Board 2; French Club 1, 2; Samadra 1; Basketboll All- 
Stars 1; Intramurals I, 2; Play J. 

"Gail" . . . never o dull moment . . . "Oh, dern" . . . "I 
need a Kleenex; thanks" . . . "Got any food?" . . . o 
recognized authority on D. C. . . . another Napoleon — little 
but greotl 




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PATRICIA LYNN OTTOMEYER 
Alexandria, Virginia 

"I agree with no man's opinion; I have some of my own." 

Choir 1; Point News J, Samodro 1, 2; French Club 1, V. 
Pres. 2; Play 1; Intramurals 1, 2. 

"P. K." . . . "Chicago" . . . well dressed — never messed 
. . . "Did I ever tell you" . . . late again, P. K.? . . . 
"Chewin' gum" ... a smile that Is golden. 





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PATRICIA LOUISE STELLWAGON 
Westchester, Pennsylvania 

"Never change when love has found its home." 

Castellan 2; Intramurals 2; Cheerleader 2, Art Club 2. 

"Pat " . . . never an empty mailbox . . . "I'll Be Seeing 
You" ... a born cheerleader . . . Northerner at heart 
. . . never-ending love for food . . . friendship will never 
be forgotten. 




PATRICIA DIANE PARKER 
Great Mills, Maryland 

"Wit is the salt of conversation." 

Class V. Pres. I; French Club 1, Pres 2; Art Club 1. 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2; Publicity Committee 1, 2. 

"Pot" . . . "Je ne comprends pas. Phylipl" . . . the socially- 
accepted Beatnik . . . life is but a series of art master- 
pieces . . tender, but wise . . . make mine Jazz, man . . . 
delightful sense of humor. 




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NANCY PRIEST STEVENS 
Fort Monroe, Virginia 

" Patience is power." 

S. G. A. 1, Basketball All-Stars 1; A. A. Board 1, Treat. 2; 
Intramurals I, 2; Honor Court 2. 

"Non" . . . has special interest at West Point . . . hails 
from St. Maraloo, Vo. . . . hard time staying on that diet 
. . . what's W. P. like. Nan?? . . . (hat winning smile . . . 
she sure can make friends! 



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FRANCES MAE TURNER 
Dunkirk, Maryland 

Boldness, be my friend." 

French Club 1, 2; F. T. A. 1; F. N. A. 2; Intramurals 1, 2; 
Basketball All-Stars 1; Badminton Club 1; Class Pres. 2- 

Frannie' . . . always writing a letter . . . "Well, time 
to take my pills" . . . dark but unmysterious ... "I wonder 
if my loverly' will call?" . , . Charlotte Hall sweetheart 
. . . spice of life. 





PRISCILLA YVONNE WH1TTAKER 
Chestertown, Maryland 

"One who charms 'em all." 

Basketball Varsity 1; Volleyball All-Stars 1; Tennis Varsity 
I; Social Committee 1; Intromurals 1, 2; Class Treos. 2,- 
A. A. Board 2 ; Choir 2; Point Newj 2; Home Ec. Club 2. 



1 Yvonne" . . . love thot hairl . . . "Sun 
and Eve . . . sweetness walks with her 
. . . happiness in action. 



it is." . . . food 
. . o true friend 



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ELIZABETH STUART WILKINSON 
Bel Air, Maryland 

"In order to do great things, one must be enthusiastic." 

S. G. A. 2; French Club 2. 

1 Slu" . . "Kitten" . . "Have I Told You Lately That I love 
You" . . . belle ot Bel Air . . . Have Picture, Will Travel" 
... a glowing radiance about her. 



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LEILA KATHRYN WILLIS 
Sudlersville, Maryland 

A good mind possesses o kingdom." 

Art Clubl; Inlramurals I, 2; Basketball Varsity 1, Volleyball 
All-Stars 1, May Court Representative 1; Softball Varsity Ij 
Badminton Club 1; F. N, A. 2; A. A. Board 2. 

' Kothi" . . . what a hunk ... I know I'm going to fail 
that test" . . Parker, did you really tell Doddy-O that? 
. . . but I like pink rose-buds ... "I go home this week- 
end to see my horsey." 



Our Favorites 



MAGAZINES 


"Mad" 


TIME OF YEAR 


June 


TIME OF DAY 


6:00 p.m. 


FRESHMAN 


Aleda Bunch 


COLOR 


Olive Drab 



EXPRESSION "I'm abarrassed." 

POPULAR SONG "I'll Be Seeing You" 

DISH Creamed Asparagus on Toast 

PASTIME Sociology Class 

MOVIE "Pillow Talk" 



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Our exercise for the day. 



School Days 




Grand Central Station 




Money makers and cuslorr 
ers. 




Today is washday. 




TWANGII 






CLASS OFFICERS: Left to Right Betsy Shaw — Vice President, Sandy Osteen — Treasurer, Sue Churn — Secretary, Mary-Bye Driggs — President. 



Fresh 



men 



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OAKLEE ABRAHAMS 
CHRISTIE ANDERSON 
ELIZABETH 8ARTLETT 



HELEN BATHGATE 
BILllc BOOLE 
ALEDA BUNCH 



CAROLYN BURNETT 
ANN CAIRNES 
JOAN CARVER 



SUZANNE CHURN 
SUSAN CLAGGETT 



JEAN COLE 
JOYCE COOK 




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PATRICIA CROWE 
BERNESE CULHANE 
CHARLES CYRUS 



JACK DEAL 
EMILY DINKLE 
EVELYN DORNHEIM 



MARY-BYE DRIGGS 
DIANNE DUNHAM 
LOUISE DUNN 





BARBARA FOOTE 
GLORIA GRAY 



ELIZABETH HAMMETT 
THURMAN HARRISON 



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ADEIE HEDGES 
HELENE HOGAN 
OtGA HOROSHAK 



CHRISTIE JONES 
KAREN KINSINGER 
DARLENE KNIGHT 



ELIZABETH LONG 
MARGARET MANN 
BONNIE MARKLINE 



CAROL McCANN 
KAREN McCANN 



NEOMA MONAHAN 
JANET MONTGOMERY 




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KAREN MOONEY 
PICKETT MOORE 
LIOYD MORRIS 



AMY OLIENDIKE 
SUZANNE ORME 
VIRGINIA ORTT 



SANDRA OSTEEN 
NANCY PATTERSON 
ROSE MARIE PEACHER 





JUDITH PEPER 
PATRICIA PINTO 



ANN PIUMMER 
PATRICIA PRICE 



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BABETTE SCADDING 
SANDRA SCARFF 
DELORES SELL 



ELIZABETH SHAW 
ELIZABETH SHORT 
ELIZABETH SIDES 



SANDRA SMITH 
ALLEN STEWART 
NANCY WHITE 



PHILIP WILKERSON 
ANN HILL WULIAMS 



RICHEY WINTERSON 
JAMES WOOD 




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Activities 



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Student Government Association 



The Honor System creates and maintains a spirit of 
honesty among the people living under it by establish- 
ing a mutual respect among the students and teachers. 
St. Mary's established its Honor System in 1949 as a 
result of a detailed study of Hood College's Honor 
System. Lying, cheating, and stealing are violations 
of our Honor Code at St. Mary's. 



The Student Government Association was organized 
at St. Mary's to uphold and enforce the rules and regu- 
lations of the Association, to establish penalties and 
deprivations for violations, to take for consideration 
suggestions from members of the Association, to pro- 
pose or initiate new rules and regulations, and to enact 
such measures as they deem necessary and proper 
for the welfare and interest of the student body. The 
power and authority held by Council is delegated by 
the Administration. 



Honor Court 



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What do you have to say for yourselves, Gents? 



M. S. C. A. 



The Men's Student Government Association was 
formed in September, 1959, as a step to prepare for 
the future increase of male day and dormitory students. 

It was formed for the purpose of giving the male 
student a feeling of being more a part of the College 
and encouraging his participation in college activities. 
Since the male pupil is not included in most meetings 
held on campus, the M. S. G. A. serves to inform him 
of events and decisions that affect him and governs 
the appearance and conduct of the male student body. 

This organization is living proof of the improvement 
and development of the College. 



Bill Loin, President, introduces o new idea to the organization. 





Ch 



oir 



Among the most active organizations at St. Mary's 
Seminary is the choir. The members sing for their own 
enjoyment as well as for the enjoyment of others. Their 
activities this year included a Thanksgiving Assembly, 
a Christmas Assembly, participation in the Christmas 
Candlelight Service, and the annual Easter Tour. 



Aside from the regular choir, a mole quintet has been 
added to encourage musical interest among the male 
set on Campus. The members of the quintet are-. Allen 
Stewart, James Wood, Bill Lain, Bill Kirby, and Frank 
Hill. 





Phi Theta Kappa is a National Junior College Honor- 
ary Scholastic Society. On February 18, 1960, a charter 
was granted which establ'shed the Kappa Xi Chapter 
at St. Mary's. The purpose of the Society is to promote 
scholarship, to develop character, and to cultivate fel- 
lowship among the students of the junior colleges of 
the United States. 

The members of the S. M. S. Chapter are: Richard 
Briell, Sarah Buckler, John Thompson, Mary Grace 
Bean, Janice Hearn, and Mildred Holt. 

Samadra 



Phi Theta Kappa 



"Curtain going up!" The house lights dim and actors 
appear on stage as the drama club performs another 
vivid play for its St. Mary's audience. Samadra is 
under the direction of Mr. Mark Wallace. 

Samadra activities this year included a trip to the 
Arena Stage in Washington, D. C, to view The Iceman 
Cometh by Eugene O'Neill. 




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Members study 'he detailed features of this portrait. 



Art Club 



Amy Ollendike poses while the others plan their sketches. 



Organizing exhibits, discussing sketches, designing 
and printing posters for the College's extra-curricular 
events are a few of the many activities conducted at 
the meetings of the Art Club. 

The chief purpose of the organization is to help its 
members develop their imaginations to the fullest extent 
and to better apply their artistic talents and knowledge 
to practical use. 



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Parlez-vous Franqais? "Oui," reply the members of 
the French Club. This organization offers an interesting 
and different way to learn a foreign language. Every- 
one speaks French while learning unusual things about 
the customs and habits of the people of France. 



French Club 



International Relations Club 



"An informed public is a good one.." This is the 
slogan of the International Relations Club. 

Its members are all interested in current affairs and 



enjoy discuss ; ons concerning any phase of world hop- 
penings. Film strips, movies, special reports, and guest 
speakers constitute the subjects of the Club's meetings. 




Mr. Yarborough, Advisor, in- 
dicates localities of current 
interest on a map of the 
World. 



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F. N. A. MEMBERS: Left to Right Shirley Moore, Frances Turner, 
Karen Kinsinger, Sandra Smith, Pat Reamy, Sally Mason, Ann 
Cairnes, Nancy Robbins, Sarah Buckler, Miss Chance — Advisor, 



Betty Short, Pol Carroll, Billie Boole, Aledo Bunch, Mary Bye Driggs, 
Susan Claggett, Joan Carver, Nancy White. 



F. N. A. 



Supplementing the fact that every girl at one time 
or another has the desire to become a nurse is the 
enrollment of members in the Future Nurses of America 
Club. This largest club at St. Mary's purports to instill 
in its members the desire to enter nursing or relative 
health careers. 

During the year the F. N. A. assists with all health 
activities, campaigns, and projects, and plays an im- 
portant role in the March of Dimes campaign. Each 



Saturday morning volunteers go to the county hospital 
and work as nurses' aides. Each holiday season the 
Club makes attractive Christmas gifts for the Children's 
Hospital. 

To a : d in securing foreign relations, they purchased 
100 books to send to underprivileged children in other 
countries. 

Thus, the F. N. A. has become an essential element 
in the club program at S. M. S. 



Pot Reamy and Sally Moson have tea with Commander Dorothy 
Gale. 




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Betty Short, Joon Carver, Susan Cloggett, and Goody 
Gardiner paint the juke box (or the March of Dimes 
Dance in Leonardtown. 




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Future teachers discuss, critically, magazine articles. 



F. T. A. 



Alicia Dewees and Dallas Plugge examine catalogs from vari 
ous teachers' colleges. 



With education as their primary goal, the F. T. A. 
endeavors to study the best methods of teaching their 
fellow man. 

Each member realizes the value of learn : ng in one's 
life and, throuqh the various club activities, carries 
those high standards into her life and future. 

The organization prepares to direct and encourage 
the teaching profess'on as a most enriching and re- 
warding one to its members. 




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The yearbook staff discusses ideas to use in the 1960 Coifellan. 



Castellan Staff 



Sue Churn, Pat Connor, and Mory Clark pause to pos' 



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Advisor 






Miss Beatrice L. Simms 


Editor-in-Chief 






Pat Connor 


Co-Editor 






Mary Clark 


Senior Class Editor 






Pat Stellwagon 


Day Hop Editor 






Mary Grace Bean 


Activities Editor 






Beverly Ingersoll 


Asst. Activities Editor 






Pickett Moore 


Photography Editors 






Louise Dunn, Bill Lain 


Layout Editor 






Celeste Leitch 


Sports Editor 


Nancy 




Sue Gibbs 


Art Editors 


Wh 


te, Rose Marie Peacher 


Typing Editors 


Ma 


rion 


Zuckerman, Jay Hearn 


Business Manager 
Advertising Manager 






Sue Churn 






Frank Hill 



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THE 


EDITORIAL 


BOARD 


Advisor 




Dr. Carl E. Walker 


Editor-in-Chief 




Joan Carver 


Assistant Editor 




Aleda Bunch 


News Editor 




Harvin Risher 


Sports Editor 




Betty Watson 


Photography Editor 




Bill Lain 


Typing Editor 




Mary Clark 


Feature Editor 




Adele Hedges 



STAFF 

Louise Jones, Bernice Culhane, Karen Mooney, Barbara 
Foote, Mary Ann MacNeal, Bonnie Markline. 



JUNIOR STAFF 
Goody Gardiner, Nancy Robbins, Babette Scadding, 
Jeanie Cole, Ann Hill Williams, Christy Jones, Ann 
Cairnes, Sarah Buckler, Sandy Osteen. 




Joan and Adele work diligently to meet the deadline. 



Point News Staff 



When does the newspaper come out? 




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Braving the cold weather is this hardy group of pioneers set out to 
explore the delights of Williamsburg. 



The National Theatre rn D. C. is the scene of 
many productions which serve as entertain men! 
for S. M. S.'s theatre-goers. 



Social Committee 



The gay whirl of dances, teas, shopping excursions, 
movie-going, play hopping, and historic trips belong 
under the jurisdiction of the Standing Social Committee. 

This group plans a wide variety of activities to fulfill 
the average person's need for social contact. They 
attempt to enable the entire student body to join in the 



"play" part of College without detracting too much 
from the "work" part. 

With the hope that each person gains social grace 
and social development from such a program, the 
committee has attained a necessary position as a vita! 
function at St. Mary's. 



Chairmon Mary Clark pours tea to Cary Block as members pause for an old-fashioned "spot of tea." 





Club members leorn the basic fundamentals of sewing. 

Home Economics Club 



Golden cookies, light cakes, and other innumerable 
delights fill the Home Economics Department with their 
delicious aroma, beckoning each girl into its homelike 
atmosphere. 

The Home Economics Club enables future home- 
makers to pursue their culinary interests in a warm, 
hospitable environment. The objectives of the club are 
providing service to the community, developing citizen- 
ship, promoting international relations through studies 



of people and their domestic customs, and creating an 
interest in home economics by presenting it as a chal- 
lenge and a pleasure. 

This year's activities— having guest speakers, spon- 
soring the Silver Tea and the Christmas basket, and 
participating in International Relations Day— were 
planned primarily to enable the club to attain its 
objectives and become a necessary part of campus 
living. 



Soup's on. 



Mr. Temple explains how he has styled Pat Carroll's hair. 




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Bernard Ball, Emma Hall, James Brown. 



Our Friends 



Cooking, cleaning, waxing, polishing, scrubbing, 
washing, ironing, gardening, and driving all form a 
part of each of "our friend's" lives here at St. Mary's. 

Without them, we would be at a loss for their willing 
services. 

Thank you all for your helpfulness, patience, and 
cheerfulness to us who have constantly been in need 
of you. 




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Paul Greenwell, James Somerville, Francii 
Carroll, Bernard Barnes Not pictured: 
Toby Carroll. 




Florence Ball, Rosa Butler, Lillie Moe Huelet, 




Lewis Fenwick, Earl Mason, 
Jack Somerville. 



James Redman, Tennyson Wood 



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Sports 



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A. A. Board 



Hard fighting and unbeatable describe the 
Volleyball All-Stars as they climbed their way to 
victory in each game. 

Each member was chosen from class intramu- 
rals according to the ability she displayed during 
the season. To be on this team is an honor and 
each girl has proven her worthiness in showing 
good sportsmanship and co-operativeness. 



Playing an active role in every sem-fem's life, the 
Athletic Association Board is the core of all sports 
activities. 

Theirs is a job which entails the responsibility of 
supplying o comprehensive athletic agenda for each 
individual. 

Sponsoring the Christmas Prom and May Day, di- 
recting intramurals, and developing the sports program 
are but a few of their many achievements throughout 
the year. 



Volleyball All-Stars 



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"I shot my arrow into the air. It landed; but I know 
not where." Hoping not to have the latter come true, 
these archers aim straight and true to the heart of the 
matter— the target. 

A popular form of diversion, archery provides a 
sense of enjoyment as well as accomplishment for its 
followers. 



Archery 



Modern Dance 



This modern dance group portrays one of the steps 
which composed a part of their Thanksgiving program. 

Through abstract representations and expressions, 
these girls enrich their world of experience and find 
fulfillment in the most popular of physical arts— dancing. 




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Hockey Varsity 



Uniform in its pose as we!l as its playing, the Hockey 
Varsity is living proof of teamwork and precision. 

Executing their skill with experience plus vigor, these 
lassies came out on top in their class, with high hopes 
of extending their program in following years. 



Challenging their opponents with brisk determina- 
tion, the tennis team has set an enviable example for 
successive groups to follow. 

With auality coaching and continuous practice, this 
team "jumps the net" with each victory and brings 
more prestige to the halls of S. M. S. 



Tennis Varsity 



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Softball Varsity 



A hearty group of fifteen faces its Softball season 
with top players and an excellent winning record to 
its credit. 

With high spirits, this proficient team has proved to 
be worthy of the enthusiastic support of loyal Sem-Fems. 



Boating and Swimming 



Adjusting the sails and se- 
curing the ropes are Meggy 
and P. K., avid fans of boat- 
ing and swimming. 

In the distance are two 
more enthusiasts, proving the 
fact that St. Mary's River 
offers a variety of fun-filled 
activities on a lazy, spring 
day. 





eerleaders 



Representotive of the school spirit is 
this group of sparkling, energetic pep- 
per-uppers (Cheerleaders). Displaying 
their talent as morale boosters, these 
girls have lead our team on to many a 
victory. 




Lett to Right: Pickett Moore, Betiy Show, Pom 
Jones, Jan Endrizzi (Captain), Amy Ollendike, 
and Pat Stellwogon. 







Social Events 



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May Day 



A bevy of beauties, light hearts, and warm sunshine 
are the traditional elements for the annual May Day 
program at St. Mary's. 

The Court consists of three representatives of the 
high school and sophomore classes, two electives from 
the freshman class, and the Shenandoah Apple Blossom 
Princess. These lovelies highlight the afternoon pro- 
gram, and are honored at the May Prom that evening. 



HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PRINCESS 
Miss Janice Endrizzi 



HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PRINCESS 
Miss Gail Naylor 



HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PRINCESS 
Miss Patricia Stellwagon 





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FRESHMAN PRINCESS 
Miss Christie Anderson 



FRESHMAN PRINCESS 
Miss Mary-Bye Driggs 



SOPHOMORE PRINCESS 
Miss Patricia Brady 




SOPHOMORE PRINCESS 
Miss Janice Hearn 







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Queen of the May 



Miss Dallas Plugge 







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Shenandoah Apple Blossom Princess 



Miss Beverly Ingersol 







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Hoppy Birthday, girls! 



Off on a joy ride. 



Days to Remember 

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The night the lights went out. 



What a cute couplel! 



Prayers to end a long day. 




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Hollywood, Maryland 



{—compliments or 

LEXINGTON PARK 
HOTEL 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



Phones: Vo. 2-1666 Lexington Park 

Re 7-4745 Washington, D. C. 



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DEAN'S SUNOCO SERVICE 

Lubrication, Repairing, 
Brake Service, Accessories 

Hollywood, Md. 
FRanklin 3-2231 




Speak up, ladies. 



JOY SHOP 

"Tots ro Teens" 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

Children's Wear Yard Goods 



LEXINGTON PARK PHARMACY 



Two Doors from A & P 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



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Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Millison 



Larry Millison 



CEDAR PARK 



TRAILERTOWN 




The beauty of a country campus. 



Compliments of 



Park MEN'S Shop 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



"Move the Red Boll Way" 

PATUXENT RIVER VAN CO. 

3 Notch Road, P. O. Box 145 
Lexington Pork Maryland 

Hazel Madsen, Owner 

Springer's Esso Service 



301 Great Mills Road 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



Volunteer 3-5574 



CITIZENS BANK 
OF ST. MARY'S 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



St. Mary's County's only 
Drive-In Banking 



RENAULT 


THE 


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Gateway Renault 

3 Notch Road Lexington Park, Maryland 

VO. 2-0551 

Compliments 
of 

RICK'S STUDIO 

Volunteer 3-5631 

GLASS SERVICE COMPANY 

All Types of Gloss and Gloss Work 
P. O. Box 116, Lexington Park, Md. 

J. Calvin Kirby, Jr. 




Preparing for that big date tonight, Gloria? 



PUFFENBARGER'S T. V. APPLIANCE 

RECORDS, NEEDLES, AND REPAIRS 

2 Blocks Straight from Main Gate NAS 

VO. 3-6333 

FRIENDLY CAB COMPANY 

Radio Dispatched 
Reliable 24-hour Service 

VOIunteer 3-4474 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



Compliments of 



LEXINGTON PARK VARIETY STORE 



VO. 3-3737 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 





A cot nap between classes. 



A winter wonderland. 



J. FRANK RALEY COMPANY 

INSURANCE 
All Forms 

VOIunteer 2-3373 

Lexington Park Maryland 

KAY CEE DRUGS 

(Opposite Safeway) 

A Complete Drug Store 

Prescriptions 

VOIunteer 2-1877 
Lexington Park Maryland 

PARK TELEVISION 
AND RECORD SHOP 



109 Coral Drive, South 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



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Compliments of 




SPRINGER'S MEN'S SHOP 


DEAN & BEAVERS 






Lexington Park Maryland 


Grove/ Plant Office 
Franklin 3-2323 Franklin 3-2121 




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3-2122 


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Hollywood Maryland 


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Masquerade party. 


William Chapman 




WESTERN AUTO 




Lexington Park Maryland 






CATO'S 




PARK PHARMACY 




Your Rexall Store 


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"Through these portals pass the prettiest 




girls in the world." 




Lexington Park Maryland 





A Williamsburg hen party. 

The Largest Job Printer 



St. Mary's County 



THE ENTERPRISE 



VO. 2-1011 




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ESKERIDGE FORD 
INC. 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



Compliments 
or 

BLUM'S FURNITURE STORE 



LEXINGTON PARK 
DRY CLEANERS 

for 
Prompt Pick-Up 

and 
Delivery Service 

Call: Great Mills 220 

Complete Laundry Service 

We Operate a Licensed STANUPLANT 

Lexington Park Maryland 



Compliments of 



ELECTRONIC SERVICE CO. 



714 Great Mills Road 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



RUE'S ROOST 

Lexington Park, 
Maryland 



"Shoes got the blues?" 



CONNOR SHOE REPAIR 



136 Three Notch Road 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 





The center of Sem Fern activity. 



Poor bewildered Gibbs! 



TEMPLE OF BEAUTY 

Hair Stylist 

204 Great Mills Road 

VO. 3-4422 

Lexington Park Maryland 

MORGAN'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Since 1884 

SHOP and SAVE 

Leonardtown Maryland 

Phone: GReenwood 5-6101 




Do you know your cues? 



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FOOD LINER 
I G A 

GReenwood 5-5201 

Meafs — Groceries — Fruits 

Vegetables — Frozen Food 

Leonardtown Maryland 

"Flowers for Every Occasion" 

BOWLES FLORIST 

GR. 5-2161 



Free Delivery 



Leonardtown 



Maryland 



Compliments of 



THRIFT OIL COMPANY 



Leonardtown 



Maryland 



BELL MOTOR 

Chevrolet, Buick, Opel, Oldsmobile 
Sales Service 



janice 



Telephone: GReenwood 5-3191 



Specialty Shop for Ladies Apparel 



Leonardtown 



Maryland 



Leonardtown 



Maryland 



ST. MARY'S PHARMACY 



Your Rexall Store 



Leonardtown 



Maryland 



C •ornplimenta of 



LEONARDTOWN 
DAIRY 



BLAIR'S 



Jewelry — Silver — China 



Studio Cards 



Leonardtown 



Maryland 



E & M FLORIST 



For oil your insurance needs 

MOFFETT INSURANCE AGENCY 

21 S. Harrison Street Easton, Maryland 

Phone TA. 2-1353 

SPINNING WHEEL 

Cocktail Lounge and Restaurant 
Operating in Conjunction With 

SIESTA MOTEL 

One Mile From The Naval Station 
On Great Mills Road 



Motel 
VO. 3-5671 
Lexington Park 



Restaurant 
VO. 3-3301 
Maryland 



L & M VAN LINES 



Moving and Storage 



Lexington Park 



Maryland 



Mattingly Funeral Home 



Leonardtown 



Maryland 



GReenwood 5-6201 



Compliments of 



J. T. Daugherty's 



ANCHOR VAN LINES 




The Spirit of Christmas 



Patrons 



Mr. Bob Ingersoll 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Naylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Turner 

Mrs. Jackson E. Price 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Dunn 

Compliments of A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Driggs 

Miss Kathryn Willis 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sutphin 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Mimmelheber 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Bartlett 

Mr. David D. Briell 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Cockey 

Mrs. Jean W. Graves 

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Connor 

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carroll 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hogan 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mann 

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Markline 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brady 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Stellwagon, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Horoshchak 



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Patrons 



Captain and Mrs. G. H. Cairnes 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Montgomery 

Mr. and Mrs. Walton Mason 

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Whittaker 

Mr. and Mrs. Siegfredo Schacher 

Mrs. Marian B. Leitch 

Mrs. Minna L. Irby 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Chester Buckler 

Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Bunch 

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Scadding 

Mrs. Bryan Black, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Pinto 

Mrs. Lyria W. Abrahams 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. George S. Murray 

Mrs. Roger Hearn 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Short 

The Reve end and Mrs. William L. Dewees 

Mr. Tracy Gardiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Plugge 

Mr. Victor E. Holpp 



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THE LIBW»* BYU »D 

-S' s sSr^-»* 86 Patrons 



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Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gilpin 

Mr. Thomas J. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Dornheim 

The Reverend and Mrs. Ira M. Dinkle 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Garner 

Dr. and Mrs. Blaine H. Eig 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Early 

Mr. George L. Radcliffe 

Mr. Dale T. Cropper 

Leonardtown Laundry 

Park Jewelers 

Bailey's Restaurant 

Town Cleaners 

Mr. and Mrs. Barnard I. Smith 

Guy's Chevrolet Sales and Service 

Mr. Howard Hammett 

American Finance Co. 

Park Paint and Hardware 

Mr. Jerry Mahony 

Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Weisman 

Mr. and Mrs. George L. McCann 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Renshaw 



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